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The Secrets Of Love Story Bridge By Phaedra Patrick
by Phaedra Patrick

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I really enjoyed this book. It is light, easy reading. The characters are well drawn. Although I like happy endings, the author tied up all the threads together as expected without any surprises.

Unraveling
by Brandon Leake

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Flint is my favorite poem from here. Saw him on AGT and had to get his book. Super great. He can get a little religious which isn’t typically my cup of tea but it wasn’t too much. Still a great poet and sooo amazing.

Empty
by Susan Burton

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This was a difficult book to read.  It chronicles the author’s history and current struggles with an eating disorder.  It is about control, freedom, vulnerability, sadness and love.

The Way I Used To Be
by Amber Smith

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The Way I Used To Be was heartbreaking. The plot, characters, and what eventually happens broke me. The main character, Eden was once a spirited young girl until Kevin, her brother's best friend really r her. This is a story that should be shared throughout. The message is clearly worthy. For Eden, that pushed down trauma only hurt her more. She runs away from herself and all she's ever known - her family, friends, home. Her high schools years abruptly shift, until it's too unbearable. It frustrated me because of her silence. She never told anyone. I know that this book taught me a lot.

The Lost And Found Bookshop A Novel By Susan Wiggs
by Susan Wiggs Books

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This is a fun book. It was predictable but I liked the characters and wanted to know what would happen next. Each of the characters was multi faceted and interesting. A quick but fun read.

Dead Cert
by Dick Frances

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This is an old book (1962) that shows its age with the absence of cell phones, etc. But if you like a good mystery and especially if you are familiar with the horse world, you will enjoy Dick Frances' works. "Dead Cert" kept me on the edge of my seat several times.

You're Never Weird On The Internet (almost)
by Felicia Day

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Interesting book, it was very fun and I learned a lot. The behind the scenes info on the process of creating and filming The Guild was very informative.

Bob Books
by Bob Books

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Working on site and words

The Devil's Punchbowl
by Greg Iles

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This books delves into dog fighting in Mississippi and casinos. It outlines how foreigners can be part owners of casinos and launder money thought them. Very good read.

Daughter Of The Reich A Novel By Louise Fein
by Louise Fein

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I really wanted to like this book. Unfortunately I found it slow moving. A good editor could have trimmed at least 100 page off the book. The story line revolves around a German family in the 1930’s who are loyal to the Nazi philosophy. It is told from the perspective of the 17 year old daughter who gradually begins to question the national socialists. This perspective is interesting. It was a disturbing book because it made clear how Germans accepted the Nazi ideology so easily. There were heroes and villains in the book many of the characters were well drawn. I am glad that I read the book although sometimes I just had to put it down.